The fabric roof is at the cutting edge of design, and benefits from acoustic tuning that helps to keep the car quiet, no matter where you are or what speed you’re flying around at.
For the best levels of comfort, we recommend paying extra for the air suspension. It’s money well spent. If you’re on a budget, you could stick to the smaller alloys and save money that way.
Overall, the build quality is a lot better than last time around, and the interior feels genuinely upmarket. In fact, the quality is almost on par with the S-Class Cabriolet, a car that costs almost three times as much to buy.
It was never going to be a super practical car, but there is plenty of backseat room. This is a four-seater that actually has a good amount of space for four people, and no one should get cramped on longer journeys. It’s longer and wider than last time, with our only compliant being the upright seats.
The boot, meanwhile, measures 385-litres with the roof up.